>Anthony Brookshire (SpeedMchV@netscape.net) wrote:
>>Zog <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Steve Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>> (Don't forget, next issue is the belated Mute-Month
>>> > issue and Straczynski had better not cop-out and have the
>>> > confrontation between the May and Peter in the Mute-Month issue. If
>>> > *ANY* story ever demanded dialogue, it's this one.)
>>> Someone tell me this isn't true. I agree with the above sentiment
>>I agree that it shouldn't be, but I believe it will.
>So the last line of ASM #37 (it's not a spoiler--the cliffhanger from #35
>didn't progress this issue), Aunt May's "We need to talk, Peter. Right now,"
>just the set-up to a joke with the 'Nuff Said issue the punchline? If that's
>true, it'll be a major disappointment.
Since nobody actually *asked* if it's true...
No, it's not true.
#38 is the big talk between Peter and May. And it's pretty intense.
#39, after their conversation, is the silent issue.
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